5 healthy recipe ideas for quick snacks in between

5 gesunde Rezeptideen - Gesunde Snacks

Everything was better before? No, not everything. In the past, snacks were still unhealthy. Whether it's the cake from the bakery in the morning, the cookies in the afternoon, the chips and various snacks in the evening... Always this feeling of guilt! But gone are the days when people munched on lots of sugar and fat. Now there are healthy, quick snacks - homemade ones. You know exactly what's in it and can snack on it with a clear conscience - at home or on the go! From fruit leather to vegetable chips – these five treats have something for everyone, from sweet to savory.

Energy balls with pistachios, cranberries and chia seeds

Simply put a handful of dates, agave syrup, chia seeds and flax seeds in a food processor, mix and then form the mixture into balls. What you have is a perfectly successful combination that will get you fit.

Frozen yogurt blueberry bites

First, line a baking tray with baking paper. Prick the blueberries onto toothpicks and then dip them in yogurt (e.g. coconut yogurt). Place the yoghurt berries on the baking tray and let them freeze for about 3 hours. The sinless treat is ready.

Colorful fruit summer rolls

You wrap fruit of your choice (e.g. strawberries, blueberries and mango) in rice paper and then... you fry it? Do you bake it? No , then you just enjoy the light, colorful snack full of vitamins and fruity taste. Just a different kind of snack.

Roasted Parmesan Carrots

Simply mix carrots with vegetable oil, garlic, parmesan and panko flour (Asian breadcrumbs), bake for a quarter of an hour and then sit on the couch and comfortably nibble on this snack with few carbohydrates, little fat and a lot of taste.

Zucchini chips with basil and rosemary

Cut the zucchini into thin slices with a knife or a vegetable slicer. In a large bowl, toss the zucchini slices with olive oil until all the slices are evenly coated with oil. Simply lay them out side by side on the drying racks of the dehydrator and season with basil, rosemary, salt and pepper. Dry the zucchini at 60°C for approx. 10-12 hours. The chips are ready when they no longer feel moist or sticky to the touch. For the perfect crunchy experience, allow the chips to cool before eating.

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